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people in texas. vic is in the news room with the latest. >> reporter: the crash happened in rural south texas. police say a pick up truck carrying illegal immigrants were pack intoed the truck. the -- were packed into the troubling. investigators are trying to determine the cause of the wreck. >> thank you. in pral nine mexican immigrants died in a crash. >> -- >>> some information on the fire aboard a u.s. submarine that cost $400 million in damage. a civilian employee set the fire because he was allegedly suffering from anxiety and wanted to get off work early. 24-year-old casey furry faces up to loif in prison for setting -- life in prison for setting the arson on the uss mie almy. >>> -- mie almy. >>> police -- the uss miami. >>> police believe the two missing girls in iowa were not abducted. >> investigators searching for two missing iowa cousins wants to interview a person paddle boating on the lake who was there 10 somedays ago. >> robin around articled -- or nod has her personal message. sdmrsz we're all waiting -- >> we're all waits for you every -- waiting for you every day. >
're seeing are showers riding from texas and down toward the gulf. and right on into the delmarva. and what we're going to see are little ripeps along that. and clouds cast in our direction, as a result of that system being very close. that is the reason we can't rule out a shower or so, mum like we had out towards westminster and hagerstown. but out past westminster and hagerstown right now. what we'll have is high pressure in control, keeping us in the dry zone now. as that high continues to move off to the east, warm air moves in. temperatures, dew points and humidity levels all start to gun for the weekend. and temperatures get closer to 90 degrees. but not in the 100s. 8:44, our sunset time today, with a southeast wind on the bay. and 5 to 10 knots is your wind speed on the ocean. patchy clouds with spotty showers around tonight. down to around 67 degrees. 97 tomorrow. very warm with clouds and sun. five-day forecast is coming up in just a short time. >> all right, tim. thank you the. >>> still ahead at 5:00. rare find. how these baseball cards could set a record. and why baltimore is
into a line of cars in texas. take a look. the startling video shows the bus for disabled passengers, slamming into five parked cars on the dallas north tollway. two people are recovering in the hospital with nonlife- threatening injuries. the driver is facing charges and is on paid administrative leave. police are investigating. >>> a hospital is putting a hold on organ transplants after a serious mistake. methodist dallas medical center, accidentally gave a patient who was not next in line, a new kidney. apparently, it was an radmin -- administrative error, by a long- time employee. more than 200 patients are on the texas hospital's kidney and pancreas transplant list. >>> in tonight's wjz healthwatch, millions of americans have used electronic cigarettes. susan mcginnis reports for wjz. the food and drug administration says they could be a hazard to your health. >> reporter: justin king enjoys a puff on his lunch break. but he's not smoking regular cigarettes anymore. he's using electronic cigarettes, which he says helped him kick his 18-year addiction. >> i wasn't feeling good. i was overw
are from texas, tennessee, and missouri. >> oh my gosh. great story. kaitlyn is a powerhouse. you could tell her students were just motivated. math? >> yeah. that works too. >> still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news, prison break and how a curious bobcat got into the big house. >> in the first warning weather center with the five-day ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] virtual wallet can help you be that person who's good with money. see what's free to spend. move money with a slide. save with a shake. feel good about your decisions. >> now the first warning of severe weather. >> welcome back. there's the laze out there and in some cases, the haze has given way to showers and thunderstorms. we'll start out with tobacco doppler radar. we have severe thunderstorm warnings in effect. over baltimore, it's rain showers and not as much in the way of thunderstorms but there's still more to come off to the northwest. we'll show you the forecast for tomorrow. this is what we're looking at. that front will stall out and on and off chances of scattered thunderstorms. and then a break and then the
out of the state, from canada to ms. -- to mississippi and texas and florida. we have the forces to restore power. we haven't hit the four day mark if you think about it. we've restored 2/3 but we still have another 200,000 some customers to go. >> if you're one of those customers you don't want to hear about what's been restored and you're going crazy. how to you decide where you send those crews. >> we look for the feeders, the pieces of equipment that feeds power to the largest amount of customers. then we look at the customers that are downstream if you will, down line whether there are perhaps one house fed by one wire by one pole. that's where it gets really tedious for folks that are without power. >> there's no way to promise people that you're coming out. >> we're trying not to mess with people's minds. we're going to say this is going to go into the weekend and if we get you in service earlier all the better. >> thank you so much rob gold from bge. now back to you. >> all right, denise. thank you. >>> this hot weather is not helping this recovery. and we go to bob turk
. she attended texas christian university, where she won several ncaa titles. >> what a story. >> pretty inspirational. >> i'm sure more inspirational stories like that will come out. >>> straight ahead at 5:00. controversy over olympic security. why some homeowners in london are angry and frightened. >>> the numbers are improving. but there's more work to be done. i'm rochelle ritchie. i'll tell you how baltimore schools faired in this. >>> i'm ron matz at m&t bank stadium. international soccer is returning to baltimore. the story coming up here on wjz. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it it is it is just before 5:30. 85 degrees and partly cloudy. beautiful out there. good evening, everybody. thank you for staying with eyewitness news. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. new numbers show a slight improvement in the education of baltimore city students. but there is still a long way to go. wjz is live at city school headquarters. rochelle ritchie has a look at the maryland state saassessment -- assessment results. rochelle? >> reporter: well, mary, the results are mixed an
to the final player. the nod instead goes to texas player, hugh darvish. >> despite not making the all- star team in his first season, hamel represents who is -- what is most important in this team, it is the pitching. hamel and chin have been the best starters. a big reason why the o's are in play-off contention here at the all-star break. but it has not been easy for manager buck showalter, because of injuries. regulars, nolan reimolds, brian roberts, on the disabled list. that has placed rookie in left field. and chris davis among the fill- ins for markakis. showalter looks forward to the all-star break. >> you know, regrouping, trying to get some people healthy, more than anything else. markakis is looking great. he's going to be an option with no sets backs that's all encouraging. so the regroup part of it is, we're trying to hold the fort here and finish as strong as we can. and you know, see how we want to start the second half with the rotation. >> speaking of those pitchers, chris tillman had an outstanding start in seattle. he could be a big addition to the starting rotation in the
south as florida. even as far west as texas. trying to restore the backbone of this system. bge says there were major problems with their infrastructure because of all of these trees that came down with our strong winds and lightning. remember these wind gusts were equal to a category 1 hurricane that tore through here. and we just hope that with more severe weather possibly to come, that there's not more damage. and there's not any rollback to the progress that has already been made. reporting live in baltimore county, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> mike, thank you. >>> from the midwest to the mid- atlantic, at least 24 deaths are being blamed on the weather. as danielle nottingham reports, people are becoming more vulnerable, the longer it takes to get back to normal. >> reporter: utility crews in virginia are battling downed trees, oppressive heat, and upset customers. >> it is a huge mess. we haven't seen any work being done yet in the neighborhood to cut up the trees. >> reporter: at this call center, customers want to know how much longer they have to sweat it out. >> a
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